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2021-04-14 Knowledge and practices among registered nurses on occupational hazards in Onandjokwe health distric: Oshikoto region Namibia.
2021-04-14 An evaluation of the roles of educators in correctional centres in Namibia.
2021-04-14 Knowledge, attitudes and practices of teenagers regarding safer sex in Onandjokwe health distric: Oshikoto region, Namibia.
2021-04-14 Factors that influence the learning of grade 10 & 12 learners in the classroom in the Khomas education region.
2021-04-14 The reading habits/ behaviour and preferences of African children: The Namibian chapter in collaboration with UNISA.
2021-04-14 Perceptions of Namibian grade 10 learners and their teachers on the importance of Life Skills topics in the Khomas region.
2021-04-14 The pre-colonial costumes of the Aawambo significant changes under colonialism and the construction of post-colonial identity.
2021-04-14 The role of the teacher as mentor in the partnership model in schools in the Windhoek area.
2021-04-14 Basic human needs of orphans and other vulnerable children and fulfilment in Windhoek.
2021-04-14 Namibian parliament's oversight role over the security sector: a case study of the parliamentary standing committees on foreign affairs, defence and security of both houses.


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